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Pacific Media Watch is compiled for the Pacific Media Centre as a regional media freedom and educational resource by a network of journalists, students, stringers and commentators.

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk Thirty five years ago this week in another life Pacific Media Centre director Professor David Robie was an environmental journalist on...

By Hayden Donnell, RNZ Mediawatch producer The New Zealand Herald recently published a column which criticises its own record on race. Teuila Fuatai explains why...

The National editorial Hundreds walked the Sir John Guise drive on Thursday calling for justice for the brutal death of 19-year-old mother-of-two – Jenelyn Kennedy...

The “Understanding information about the land of Papua " webinar livestream. Video: Redaksi Jubi Pacific Media Watch A senior Indonesian government official and a New Zealand...

Pacific Media Watch Australia's ABC has revealed the Australian Federal Police (AFP) recommendation regarding the Afghan Files investigative journalism report is for the Commonwealth DPP...

By Katrina Tanirau of the Cook islands News Parliament’s Speaker Niki Rattle has ruled against banning Cook Islands News political editor Rashneel Kumar from reporting...

By Melisha Yafoi in Port Moresby The publishers of the PNG Post-Courier, South Pacific Post Limited, have launched  50th anniversary commemorative postage stamps to mark...

By Zahra Karim Didarali in Jakarta The covid-19 coronavirus pandemic has brought numerous challenges to the way journalists report and has limited the stories they’re...

By Lian Buan  in Manila Rappler chief executive Maria Ressa and former researcher-writer Reynaldo Santos Jr have filed a motion for partial reconsideration, appealing...

Pacific Media Watch Protesters in Papua New Guinea and on social media have launched calls for tougher laws to protect women and girls from gender-based...

This is part of the front page of Papua New Guinea's The National this weekend. Normally we would not publish such a harrowing image...

From RNZ's Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan On 10 July 1985, the Greenpeace environmental ship Rainbow Warrior was sunk at an Auckland wharf by two bombs...

EDITORIAL: By Jonathan Milne, editor, Cook Islands News For the past few months, our Cook islands Parliamentarians have said repeatedly, “we’re all in this together”....

By Rappler A Thousand Cuts, Ramona Diaz’s documentary on democracy and press freedom in the Philippines, has won the top prize at the 2020 Doc...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk New Zealand's coronavirus reality check last week is a "timely wake-up call" crucial to moving towards a transtasman travel bubble, says...

By Dewi Nurita in Jakarta The Indonesian government has submitted an appeal against the Jakarta Administrative District Court's (PTUN) decision that found President Joko Widodo...

Pacific Media Watch The University of the South Pacific’s vice-chancellor Professor Pal Ahluwalia has been reinstated to office and his suspension has been lifted, reports...

Pacific Media Watch Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has condemned the up to six years in jail sentence that Philippine journalist Maria Ressa faces on a...

Pacific Media Watch Fiji police today questioned two University of the South Pacific staff over the "solidarity" rallies for the vice-chancellor last week at the...

By Ted Regencia in Manila A court in the Philippines has found Rappler chief executive and executive editor Maria Ressa, and a former Rappler reporter,...

Pacific Media Watch Host Sherry Zhang interviewed veteran Pacific affairs journalist Michael Field who broke last week's story on the secret BDO New Zealand accountancy...

By Lian Buan in Manila Rappler chief executive and executive editor Maria Ressa and former Rappler researcher-writer Reynaldo Santos have been convicted today...

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